Marsha Lytle's contemporary romance novel, Kylie's Song (ISBN: 9781615724710, ~115K, softcover and ebook), was published on September 7, 2011, by Eternal Press. It's available at www.EternalPress.biz and Amazon.com in both formats. The author's website is at http://lytlem.wordpress.com.
Kylie Martin knew her sister had good intentions when she turned their Montana ranch into a dude ranch, but she wasn’t sure how she fit into the picture as a horse wrangler. She was concerned about their first guests, a Northern Ireland rock band booked for a month, led by bad boy rocker, Danny Boy Campbell. She and Danny didn’t exactly hit it off, but Danny could be persistent and there was only so much a girl could do to resist that bad boy charm. Kylie had many reasons to regret that decision when Danny disappeared, shattering her dreams and hopes for a future together.
Marsha has worked in the library field in many settings, from medical, law, college, public to intermediate, and high schools. Writing interests include middle-grade, YA, historical, thrillers, and romance. She owes her success to her critique group, Novel Clique, which meets weekly and attends writer’s conferences together.
Marsha notes, "Since the book starts on a Montana dude ranch, I am incorporating a western theme in my book signings. My sister raises horses, so I got some items from her - bridle, horse shoes, etc. - to use at my events. I also set up a Wordpress blog for my book early on and signed all my main characters up for an email account and had them talk to each other as well as take questions for people who logged on." Her book blog is at http://kyliessong.wordpress.com/.